LAMIDO: Why As A Fulani, I Didn’t Vote For Buhari | READ DETAILS

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A former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido has said that the unfortunate dislikes, attacks and persecution of Fulanis in Nigeria today, was because President Buhari, a Fulani man has woefully failed to protect and provide good governance for Nigerians.

Lamido while speaking with newsmen in Kano said; “today, Nigerians are so blindfolded on the hates and apparent dislikes of Fulanis because of President Buhari’s  mis -governance, forgetting that not all Fulani’s even voted for him  nor like him”.

He said, “you can see that, myself as a Fulani, I didn’t vote for Buhari and our parties are completely different, but at the same time, the Yoruba’s in Tinubu, the Igbos in Ngige and the South South in Ameachi were the ones who firmly stood behind the President to Win, not even the Fulanis.

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“I expect Bola Tinubu, Rotimi Amaechi and the likes of Ngige to come out and frankly speak in protections of the Fulanis because they are behind the election of Buhari who is a Fulani head and who also benefitted immensely from his government not even the herders who are today been persecuted.

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“But their criminal silence in the face of the horrible attacks on Fulanis after benefiting jointly in the government led by a Fulani figurehead is worrisome and something like a betrayal of trust to the President and his kinsmen”.

“Nigerians should know that Fulani herders are very peaceful people who pursue nature and live by nature, they are never violent.”

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He said, “today the Northerners and the entire Fulani race are not in peace. Even in the North, the Insecurity and the killings plus kidnappings created by the APC-led Buhari regime has affected everyone, so to bully them and see them as Nigeria problems is adding dangerous salt to their injuries”.

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